Funding Opportunities

This guide provides information for foundations, federal entities, and state entities that have grant funding solutions for HC ARC related focus areas. 

Please notify Director Meagan Guthrie if your organization plans to apply for any of these solicitations. Notification of application assists HC ARC with county-wide coordination, prevention of duplication of resources, and HC ARC can assist with application components, if needed.


Department of Justice

Bureau of Justice Assistance

Bureau of Justice Statistics

National Institute of Justice

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Office for Victims of Crime

  • No open solicitations at this time



  • First Responders – CARA Act
    • Deadline 04/15/2024


Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services

  • FY24 Class 2&3 Residential Facility Enhancing Quality Grant (EQG)
    • $1,000,000 in grant funding will be made available to Class 2 and Class 3 Residential Facilities that serve adults with severe mental illness. The funding can be used on limited allowable expenses to improve quality of life for adults living in the Facilities.
  • FY24 Recovery Supports Leadership and Advocacy Training
    • Soliciting applications from non-profit organizations with current 501(c)3 status or government entity to provide the coordination and delivery of a virtual and/or in-person training series for Ohio Certified Peer Supporters or qualified Ohio Peer Supporter Supervisors.


  • NAMI Ohio - Rolling Deadline 
    • The Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence and NAMI Ohio collaborate to make Mini grants and scholarships available to Ohio CIT programs. Includes: CIT Patrol Officer Training Course, Advanced-Refresher-Role-specific Trainings, CIT Scholarships, and Lived Experience Stipends
  • Ohio Commission of Minority Health - Rolling Deadline
    • Increase the focus of minority health disparities and or chronic diseases such as, but not limited to cancer, diabetes, substance abuse, violence, lupus, infant mortality, or cardiovascular disease. These activities must reach and impact Ohioans from no less than two counties, and have a focus on racial and ethnic populations.

Foundation and local 

  • The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center - Deadlines Vary - Support will be provided through cost-free, intensive TA to develop a diversion initiative focused on alternative responses to law enforcement contact for youth experiencing a behavioral health crisis, including a behavioral health or family conflict.
  • CareSource - Community Grants & Signature Grants - Deadlines Vary
    • Nonprofits that are working to eliminate poverty, provide much-needed services to low-and moderate-income families, encourage healthy communities, develop innovative approaches to address critical health issues, and enhance the lives of a diverse array of children, adults and families.
  • Arnold Ventures - Rolling Deadlines 
    • Our giving centers on issues in Criminal Justice, Health, Education, and Public Finance, and is guided by Evidence-Based Policy, Research, and Advocacy.
  • Hanley Family Foundation - Rolling Deadlines
    • Funding will support eligible organizations whose primary activity is the operation of treatment programs to help individuals recover from alcoholism, drug addiction, and other forms of SUD.
  • Gary Sinise Foundation - Rolling Deadlines 
    • Grants are reserved for Law Enforcement Departments, Fire Departments, and Paramedic or EMS departments. Grant request are limited to Equipment and Training only. Building costs, or operating costs are not covered under this grant.


Pioneering Ideas: Exploring the Future to Build a Culture of Health - Pioneering Ideas: Exploring the Future to Build a Culture of Health welcomes proposals that are primed to influence health equity in the future. Dollar amounts to be awarded vary.

Aware of a funding opportunity you do not see listed on the website? Please send it to Program Administrator Abigail Fritsch.